Great Images, Just a Click Away at “Envisioning the American Dream”

A Vintage 40s Anne Adams overall pattern.

A Vintage 40s Anne Adams overall pattern. Courtesy RememberedSummers at Ebay.

Sally Edelstein , at Envisioning the American Dream, has written another terrific post, packed with vintage advertising images. This time, her topic is women workers in World War II, wearing overalls, coveralls, work uniforms — and underwear and negligees — as part of the war effort.

To read “How the Mad Men of Madison Avenue got Rosie the Riveter to Man Up” click here.

At the bottom of that page are related posts:

Rosie the Riveter Goes to War  (Women in uniform) click here

Rosie the Riveter’s Swimsuit Romance (WW II Swimsuits) click here (and scroll down for the sequel — Rosie’s Swimsuit Romance!)

and Rosie the Riveter Gets Her Pink Slip click here

Note: Envisioning the American Dream is packed with images, so sometimes it takes a few seconds to load — always worth waiting for!

 

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Filed under 1940s-1950s, Bathing Suits, Old Advertisements & Popular Culture, Sportswear, Swimsuits, Uniforms and Work Clothes

One response to “Great Images, Just a Click Away at “Envisioning the American Dream”

  1. Glad you enjoyed the post and thanks for the shout out!

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